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of a storm surge. number two louisiana they know devastation to well after hurricane katrina eight years ago. 880,000 people with in the 12,000 square miles of flood zone the biggest area in the u.s.. number one florida. , the 1.5 million of 700 square lines other states are virginia and south carolina. a new program using taxpayer dollars to provide school vouchers to those in the low-income neighborhood. one parent says this changed her life and the life of her son. almost time for back-to-school. we will examine the results next. gerri: state revenues are coming back so vague giveback expanding or created programs of taxpayer dollars to give private school vouchers to those in in the friedman foundation and as part in indianapolis. what is the goal behind these? >> we're looking at thousands and thousands of parents to have access to their to private schools so led every parent have the freedom to do choose whether public or at home or charter in have the freedom to access those. gerri: and catching on state to state? >> 23 states and washington d.c. has voucher programs right now this ye
ameican, tom says. it is parof the american dream . and ron from louisiana says there should be no death tax. how much are we going to take from these idiots in the federal and state government. send me an e-mail at gerri willis.com. finally today's jobs numbers. the economy stinks. if you are in the jobs market, you know this is true. much of the part-time work is retail outlets and you get the picture. as we noted tonight, so far the overwhelming majority, 77% of all jobs created are part-time and that mea no pay and no benefits. at that pace it will take seven years to close the gap left by the recession. it's not good enough. not by a longshot. the president spent the better part of the last two weeks talking bout jobs, because the economy is in creating them. the policy seems to be benefiting superrich rather than our vanishin middle class. that is. neil: more jobs on maintreet. more money on wall street, man oh, man, we must be on easy street because everyone seems to be loving it. everyone that is except the folks who say they aren't seeing it, any of it, and they're mad and they'
two louisiana they know devastation to well after hurricane katrina eight years ago. 880,000 people with in the 12,000 square miles of flood zone the biggest area in the u.s.. number one florida. , the 1.5 million of 700 square les other states are virginia and south carolina. a new program using taxpayer dollars to provide school vouchers to those in the low-income neighborhood. one parent says this changed her life and the life of her son. hey, it's me, progressive insurance. you know, from our 4,000 television commercials. yep, there i am with flo. hoo-hoo! watch it! [chuckles] anyhoo, 3 million people switched to me last year, saving an average of $475. [sigh] it feels good to help people save... with great discounts like fe driver, multicar, and multipolicy. so call today. you'll be glad you did. cannonbox! [splash!] almost time for back-to-school gerri: state revenues are coming back so vague giveback expanding or created programs of taxpayer dollars to give priva school vouchers to those in in the friedman foundation and as part in indianapolis. what is the goal behind these
louisiana says there should be no death tax. how much ar we going to take from these idiots in the federal and state government. send me an e-mail at gerri willis.com. finally today's jobs numbers. the economy stinks. if you are in the jobs market, you know this is true. much of the part-time work is retail outlets and you get the picture. as we noted tonight, so far the overwhmingmajority, 77% of all jobscreated are part-time and that means no pay and no benefits. at that pace it will take seven years to close the gap left by the recession. it's not good enough. not by a longshot. the president spent the better part of the last two weeks talking about jobs, because the economy is in creating them. the policy seems to be benefiting superrich rather than our vanishing middle class. that is it tonight for he willis report." thank you for joining us and have a great weekend. lou: thank you for being with us. good evening, everybody. president obama is repairing for a rare trip to capitol hill there he will usher senate democrats out of town for the recess. but it is becoming clear that this p
. and ron from louisiana says there should be no death tax. howe going to take from these idiots in the federal and state government. send me an e-mail at gerri willis.com. finally today's jobs numbers. the economy stinks. if youare in the jobs market, you know this is true. much of he part-time work is retail outlets and you get the picture. as we noted tonight, so far the overwhelming majority, 77% of all jobs created are part-time and that means no pay and no benefits. at that pace it will take seven years to close the gap left by the recession. it's not good enough. t by a longshot. the president spent the better part of the last two weeks talking about jobs, because the economy isn creating them. the policy seems to bebe benefiting superrich rher than our vanishing middle class. that ♪hat ♪ >> the president is out giving a series of speeches to his state concern of lack of jobs. most of his ideas are nothing new but his grand bargain he outlined lower taxes on corporations after raising taxes on small business owners. we're talking does the president really know what it
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